Interacting as human beings has a preventive, supportive and healing value, which is essential for the development of our very sense of life. Without human relations we are merely rational animals with no prospects, capable of destroying ourselves and others Bermejo, In recent years, several studies have been conducted to help people improve their relational capacity Cibanal, and, above all, to enable them to communicate effectively according to the specific context of the situation. This study is focused on reflecting on the importance of communication in a hospital and clinical setting, and how a good healthcare professional-patient relationship can provide a series of advantages both to the professional and to the patient. In an illness, it is clearly vital to consider how the patient is, so it is important for healthcare professionals to pay attention to this from the very outset. It must be taken into account that communication not only affects cognitive and emotional aspects, but it can also impact a patient's immune response, thus having a positive or negative effect on the development of an illness.
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LUIS E. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Luis E. The objective of this paper is to present a cognitive-behavioral model that makes it possible to explain the crisis situation CS in terms of intense motivational involvement, and to propose a brief motivational intervention proposal in CS. The CS requires the person to implement coping strategies focused on the management of objective damage, as well as on the search for emotional relief, a consideration that gives rise to the name of dual parallel processing in CS DPP-CS. Brief intervention is understood as the involvement of motivational processes to enable the person to make decisions regarding emotional and instrumental coping which move her in the direction of emotional relief or solution of the crisis. The paper concludes with a summary of the three basic sources taken from the psychological literature to inform the design of the DPP-CS: the dual extended parallel process model, the cognitive theory of stress and coping, and the formulation by levels in cognitive therapy.
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